Gifts4Kids3 - cycling for foodbanks will be worth double points for the next two weeks



For the next two weeks any cycling done by Gregory Hunt for his 2,094km static ride round the UK to raise foodbank awareness, will have a double impact as Hunt ADR supports the #Gifts4Kids3 initiative run by Northreach Recruitment in Billericay.


During their last fundraiser in 2019 (which saw them play board games NON-STOP for 24 hours) they raised more than £2100 to purchase gifts for over 50 children hospitalised at Basildon Hospital.


This year they have set the bar a little higher with a goal to rise £2500 by completing, as a collective, 1962 miles on stationery bikes - the exact distance from LapLand, Finland all the way down to Basildon Hospital! The aim is to finish this route in 30 days.


Gregory says


This initiative from Northreach is close to my heart and I can't wait to get started. Christmas is not the best time of the year for everyone and that is especially the case for children who find themselves confined to hospital over the festivities. The fact that the team at Northreach, assisted by others in their Billericay office, are doing this ride is a fantastic testament to them and the team they have in place.

START: 15th November

FINISH: 15th December (LAST DAY - LAST PUSH LIVE STREAMING!)


We will need your donations to purchase gifts for over 50 children, and deliver the gifts to Basildon Hospital by 22nd December. Any funds raised above the goal will be donated to the charity to help cover the costs of anything else that needs a financial support - cover the running costs of Polly's Pad or help to invest in new equipment.


PLEASE HELP US OUT, SPREAD THE WORD, DONATE AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE!


Contact Northreach if you have any questions:

hello@northreach.uk

01277 532084


BIG THANKS TO OUR SUPPORTERS!

Eight6Seven, Imapt, One3four, Pulse Mortgages, DPG General Building, Painting and Decorating, Self Storage Billericay, Hunt ADR Limited, CyCool


#gifts4kids3 #fundraser #fundraisingchallenge #northreach #hospital #makeadifference #cycleforfoodbanks #foodbanks

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